I’ve got a request for scripting/marco support on the Dwarf, because I don’t think that Snapshots are the best solution in my setup.
My guitar setup is pretty classical: Wha, several distorion pedals, delay, reverb…
I own a Roland FC-300, which I use like a stompbox remote control → so each physical footswitch is assigned to one effect in my “standard” pedalboard.
So I’m pretty flexible during my play - in our Band there are a lot of parts that are not strictly composed, and I can react on everything the others play (or don’t play )
Now there’s the task to change multiple settings by a single trigger. In the end I’d like to have one or several knobs to e.g. switch sound settings between Intro, Verse, Chorus, Bridge… each knob acting like a specific macro.
If I’d start fiddling around with snapshots in order resolve the task, it would mean that I’d require several snapshots per song.
And if there’s the requirement for a general change for a certain parameter in my setup it does mean that I’m forced to sync all snapshots somehow, while keeping all the differences of the other parameters.
The chance is very high that one would mess up something.
Add some sort of script or triggerable macros that can be triggered by the standard triggers like:
Footswitch, MIDI Input or CV(?)
The single effects and their parameters must be somehow addressable on a pedalboard, otherwise snapshots won’t work.
So from my understanding it’d just require some commands that could do what is also done when a Snapshot is loaded, but easily editable and extendable from the UI.
some trigger will do: set effect[address1].on=true set effect[address1].param[paramaddress]=127 set effect[address2].on=true
Maybe this could also be the ulitmate solution for request Feature request: Assign footswitches to multiple actions
I hope you could follow my explanations.
Maybe there’s already a solution for such problems which I might have overlooked?